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When Olympus discontinued the long-lasting Trip 35 in 1984, it launched a series of cameras that used the 'Trip' name, but were otherwise quite different. Instead of metal bodies, these cameras were mainly plastic. They were cheap to produce and were mass-marketed towards holiday snapshooters who wanted "auto-everything" point and shoot cameras. The series continued into the 21st century with extra big viewfinders (XB) before digital took over and the line was discontinued. Some of these cameras had fixed focus. Listed here are the autofocus models.
| Trip AF MD|
photographed by Analog Photos
- Olympus Trip AF-1 Mini (QD version followed in 1995)
- Olympus Trip XB40 AF (27mm lens)
- Olympus Trip XB41 AF (Same as XB40, but with self-timer)
- Olympus Trip AF 50 (28mm lens)
- Olympus Trip AF 51 (Same as AF50, but with self-timer)
- Olympus Trip AF 60
- Olympus Trip AF 61 (Same as AF60, but with self-timer)